Income Statistics for Washington by ZIP Code

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10 Richest Washington ZIP Codes

The table below ranks the richest Washington ZIP codes based on the mean income. We use the most recent Census data for areas with a population of at least 500 people and a reasonable margin of error.

Rank ZIP Code County Mean Income
1 98039 King County $323,190.00
2 98040 King County $224,619.00
3 98074 King County $221,854.00
4 98077 King County, Snohomish County $221,823.00
5 98075 King County $214,861.00
6 98112 King County $207,496.00
7 98004 King County $197,786.00
8 98053 King County $194,206.00
9 98006 King County $186,548.00
10 98033 King County $183,213.00

To find the richest zip codes in Washington, we look up the most recent income and demographic statistics from the US Census Bureau. Next, we exclude any zip codes that have a population fewer than 500 people and exclude zip codes with a margin of error greater than 50% of the estimate.

We do this to try and make the data less likely to be skewed by outliers with very small areas or estimates that are not very accurate.

To view more details on any of the Washington zip codes, click the links in the table above.

Washington Income Statistics

The income statistics for Washington below are in 2019 inflation adjusted dollars, from the American Community Survey (ACS) 2019 5-year estimates.

  • Median Household Income: $73,775.00
  • Average Household Income: $98,983.00
  • Per Capita Income: $38,915.00
  • 9.51% of households in Washington are classed as high income households (making $200,000+ per year)

Washington Median Household Income by Age of Householder

Householder Age Washington Median Household Income
Householder under 25 $41,147.00
Householder 25 to 44 $81,992.00
Householder 45 to 64 $89,139.00
Householder 65 and over $52,100.00

Washington Household Earnings Tiers

The chart below shows the number of households in Washington for each income tier listed, as well as the percentage of households that are in that income bracket.

The income tier earnings data can be very useful to analyze the distribution of income by household in Washington.

Instant Access to All Washington Income and Demographic Data by Zip

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